Donald Trump apologises to British PM Theresa May over ‘fake news’

GETTYMay and Trump at Nato

GETTYMay and Trump at Nato

Trump and May held a joint press conference after meeting at the prime minister's country home in Chequers on Friday.

As the interview began to make waves, Trade Secretary Liam Fox tweeted from the Blenheim Palace event about how Trump had talked "so positively about United Kingdom and USA trade".

In an antagonistic interview with The Sun, the U.S. president lashed out at Sadiq Khan, accusing him of doing a "terrible" job, claimed Boris Johnson would make a great Prime Minister and made it clear he was very aware of the giant inflatable Trump baby due to fly above Parliament today - and would be avoiding London.

On Thursday evening, Donald and Melania Trump joined May and her husband, Philip May, for a black-tie dinner at Blenheim Palace, the family home of Sir Winston Churchill, the Independent reported.

Among other issues discussed were Trump's relationship with Russian President Vladimir Putin (with whom Trump will meet at a summit next week), immigration, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Brexit.

Trump, as he has before, criticized London's mayor, Sadiq Khan, as having "done a very bad job on terrorism".

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Trump also told The Sun that May had ignored his advice on Brexit, telling the paper that "I would have done it much differently".

It seems likely that Trump's complaint will focus on two words that appear inside quotation marks in the tabloid's headline - the idea that May "wrecked it", referring to Brexit.

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"She's a total professional", Trump said.

Trump also lashed out at U.S. broadcasters CNN and refused to take a question from them. "And unfortunately there was a story that was done, which was generally fine, but it didn't put in what I said about the prime minister, and I said tremendous things".

Trump claimed that he didn't criticize May in his interview with The Sun, and he even called the report "fake news".

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Trump has always been a supporter of Brexit and has expressed enthusiasm for a wide-ranging trade deal with Britain after it leaves the European Union, something heralded by Brexit supporters as being one of the great benefits of exiting the bloc. "I think they agree with me on immigration", he told reporters in Brussels.

"There is no stronger alliance than that of our special relationship with the US and there will be no alliance more important in the years ahead", May said in a statement.

As the Trumps dined with the Mays, protests in the British capital took place outside Winfield House, the residence of US Ambassador Woody Johnson.

"I told her how to do it".

Trump also said that he was "very saddened" to see Johnson was leaving government and said he hoped "he goes back in at some point. I think he has done a very bad job on terrorism". "Now he might not like the current president, but I represent the United States", Trump said.

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